ORCIDVIVO Integration
Work at Cornell University to integrate VIVO with ORCID
in a way that works for Cornell and can be ...
• Will be live at Cornell when we
move to VIVO 1.6.1
• Will be in VIVO 1.7 release in July
(https://wiki.duraspace.org/x/u...
Ah! Cornell... it’s complicated
• 7 colleges, different approaches
– Not all using VIVO
– All benefit from ORCID iDs throu...
Thanks! Talk to me at the poster reception or via
simeon.warner@cornell.edu
ORCID & VIVO Integration at Cornell University
ORCID & VIVO Integration at Cornell University
ORCID & VIVO Integration at Cornell University
ORCID & VIVO Integration at Cornell University
ORCID & VIVO Integration at Cornell University
ORCID & VIVO Integration at Cornell University
ORCID & VIVO Integration at Cornell University
ORCID & VIVO Integration at Cornell University
ORCID & VIVO Integration at Cornell University
ORCID & VIVO Integration at Cornell University
ORCID & VIVO Integration at Cornell University
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ORCID & VIVO Integration at Cornell University

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From the ORCID Outreach Meeting, May 21-22, 2014, Chicago Illinois. https://orcid.org/content/orcid-outreach-meeting-and-codefest-may-2014

ORCID integration into researcher information systems

The ORCID identifier has been integrated into numerous researcher information system platforms available to the research community, providing the opportunity for improved data through disambiguation and reducing the time-consuming process of maintaining up-to-date records for both individuals and organizations. This session will feature a discussion of integration points, policy issues, data flow between systems, researcher participation, discovered opportunities, improved metrics and reporting, and demonstrations by universities and vendors.

Moderator: David Baker, Executive Director, CASRAI

Presenters:

Urban Andersson, IT Librarian, Chalmers University of Technology
Michael Habib, Senior Product Manager-Scopus, Elsevier
Julia Hawks, VP, North America, Symplectic
Andrew Johnson, Assistant Professor and Research Data Librarian, University of Colorado Boulder (CU-Boulder)
Patricia Brennan, Thomson Reuters
Christopher Shanahan, Assistant Professor and Faculty Lead, BU Profiles, Boston University School of Medicine
Simeon Warner, Research Associate, Cornell University

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  • ## orcid.cornell.edu (screenshot in reserve) * Have created stand-alone site that allows authenticated Cornell users to do ORCID association. Simply stores local-id<->ORCID associations for use in other system (likely by graduate school).
    * Uses same library that is used for VIVO integration and available on github.
  • ORCID & VIVO Integration at Cornell University

    1. 1. ORCIDVIVO Integration Work at Cornell University to integrate VIVO with ORCID in a way that works for Cornell and can be used in other VIVO instances Jim Blake, Kathy Chiang, Jon Corson-Rikert, Dean Krafft, Deb Schmidle, Simeon Warner, Tim Worrall (Cornell University) ORCID Outreach Meeting, Chicago, IL, USA. 2014-05-21
    2. 2. • Will be live at Cornell when we move to VIVO 1.6.1 • Will be in VIVO 1.7 release in July (https://wiki.duraspace.org/x/uQhVAw) • All code available, inc. separable ORCID Java library (https://github.com/vivo-project)
    3. 3. Ah! Cornell... it’s complicated • 7 colleges, different approaches – Not all using VIVO – All benefit from ORCID iDs through improvement of data collection via Symplectic Elements and manually • Graduate students don’t have VIVO profiles so exploring other integration approach
    4. 4. Thanks! Talk to me at the poster reception or via simeon.warner@cornell.edu
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